Tag Archives: grad school

The Fourth Reviewer: Pre-print reviews, parental monikers, and points for student participation

Tim Vines is an evolutionary ecologist who found his calling in the process of peer review. He was Managing Editor of Molecular Ecology from 2008 to 2015, launched The Molecular Ecologist in 2010, and he’s now the founder and Managing Editor of Axios Review. Here, Tim … Continue reading

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Knowing what I know now: The carnival

Ever since I posted some retrospective advice for grad school last month and Scicurious proposed a Carnival of Advice, folks have been sending in reflections on their previous career stage. The result is exactly what I’d hoped for — a … Continue reading

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Knowing what I know now: Grad school (Aleeza Gerstein)

Here’s a new contribution to our upcoming Knowing what I know now carnival, from Aleeza Gerstein, who recently completed her PhD with Sally Otto at the University of British Columbia. She is currently splitting her time between Tel Aviv and … Continue reading

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